“It’s been a lot of hard work but it’s been very, very rewarding.” @chiefs assistant athletic trainers Tiffany Morton & Julie Frymyer join @NFLTotalAccess. #WomensHistoryMonth pic.twitter.com/FtmxXwpXKl
— NFL (@NFL) March 25, 2021
A pair of the Kansas City Chiefs’ athletic training staff was recently highlighted on NFL Network as part of their Women’s History Month coverage.
NFL Network’s MJ Acosta spoke with Chiefs’ assistant athletic trainers Tiffany Morton and Julie Frymyer on Wednesday on “NFL Total Access.” They both spoke about their respective journeys to the league and shared their experiences from working on a team that has seen a lot of success over the past two seasons, reaching consecutive Super Bowls.
These two do a lot of the work behind-the-scenes to keep the players in Kansas City healthy and at their peak performance. They might be too humble to say it themselves, but they are pioneers, inspiring a whole new generation of women athletic trainers throughout all levels of the sport.
Be sure to check out the video in the tweet at the top of the page.